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 350 chev VH

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PostSubject: 350 chev VH   Mon 09 Aug 2010, 4:26 pm

Hi guys, a couple of mates and I are converting a VH S/LE with a 253 to a 350 Chev. Is there anything majorly important we need to know with doing this, we have been doing alot of research in how to do it all properly to make it safe. Also are there any requirments to make it road legal? Also do you need an engineers certificate and regency inspection as I have heard that you dont, I just want to make sure.
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PostSubject: Re: 350 chev VH   Tue 10 Aug 2010, 1:25 am

I would say you would definitely need to take it over Regency as you are upgrading the size of the motor. I would also suggest upgrading your brakes as they will probably tell you that you have to anyways and a Supra 5 speed would be a nice combo. Easiest way to find out would be just to ring Regency and ask them.
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